C# manages memory allocation by creating its types in one of these locations: Heap, Stack, and Register. A heap is a place in the RAM where dynamic allocations happen. The stack is a Last In First Out (LIFO) bit of memory which is relatively smaller than the heap. Categories Stack… Continue Reading C# – First steps with C# and .NET – part 024 .

In this tutorial, I will show you how to use C # with Google A.P.I. on Linux. You will need to set an authentication key in your google account, see the credentials page. I used Fedora Linux to install the NuGet command:

Use this command to install it:

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The tool website called codepen.io is a very useful tool in which you can test HTML, CSS, and JavaScript source code with the related libraries. In this short tutorial, I show you I translated a simple example from Google Books A.P.I. in the codepen.io web interface. The basic example of… Continue Reading Web – Google Book A.P.I. and codepen.

Today I will show a simple example with the multidimensional array in C#. You can read the documentation from Microsoft. It is easier for a beginner to understand from a simple example.

You can see it on this website:

This tutorial is about another subject for beginners named:

I saw many questions on the web about this subject and this is the reason for this tutorial. The [STAThread] is a carry-over from Microsoft’s “Component Object Model”, known as COM. Because COM provided both single-threaded apartment (STA), and multi-threaded… Continue Reading C# – First steps with C# and .NET – part 021 .

In this tutorial, I will show you the differences between getValue and getDisplayValue in Google Apps Script. I used a default project with a default spreadsheet document with my birthday 1976-03-07 into A1 cell and format text as year-month-day. I add Apps Script API to my project. On the spreadsheet,… Continue Reading Google Apps Script – getValue or getDisplayValue – part 032.

The tutorial for today is about a math problem named happy number. I used my repl.it account to test it. The algorithm of this program is simple: To find out if a number is happy, replace the number by the sum of the squares of its digits. Repeat the process… Continue Reading C# – First steps with C# and .NET – part 020 .

The tutorial for today is about toast message into a spreadsheet. Use script editor, run the next code source it with authorization:

You will see a message toast in the bottom right area of the spreadsheet with this text: This is a toast message!

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